Scored Goal

Some articles on scored, goal, goals, scored goal:

André-Pierre Gignac - Club Career - Marseille
... He scored his first goal for the club two months later in a 1–1 draw with Saint-Étienne ... On 3 November, Gignac scored a hat-trick in the 7–0 away win against Slovak club MŠK Žilina in a Champions League group stage match ... Three days later, he scored the second goal in a 2–0 victory over Auxerre in the Coupe de la Ligue ...
Samir Nasri - International Career - Youth
... With the under-16 team, Nasri made 16 appearances scoring eight goals ... Nasri scored his first goal for the team on 29 October in its first group stage match against Sweden at the Tournio du Val-de-Marne ... On 11 December, Nasri scored the opening goal in the team's 6–1 exhibition thrashing of Greece ...
Moussa Sissoko - Club Career - Toulouse - 2008–2013
... On 24 January 2009, he scored his first goal of the season against amateur Alsatian club FCE Schirrhein in an 8–0 thrashing in the Coupe de France ... It was a memorable goal with Sissoko running nearly the entire pitch with the ball at his feet, eluding several Schirrhein players, before finishing at the six-yard ... He scored his first goal of the league campaign on 7 February in a 2–0 victory over Le Mans ...
C.D. FAS - Records
... victory was against Independiente 11-0 3 May 1959 Most goal by any natioal team with 3000 goal as of 4/7/09 Carlos Eduardo "Monito" Pineda Moreno scored the ... FAS 7 - Olympic 3 Joel "Cacique" Estrada † scored goal # 500 1961-62 D. 05-11-61 Finca Modelo FAS 4 - Dragón 0 Domingo Albil scored goal #1000 1972 Mi ...
André Ayew - Club Career - Marseille
... On 27 September 2008, Ayew scored his first professional goal after netting the opener in the team's 1–1 draw with Sochaux ... A month later, he scored his second career goal in a 4–1 rout of Saint-Étienne ... He finished the season with 22 league appearances and three goals and, on 30 June 2009, returned to Marseille ...

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